prince_45243 wrote:Just something I've noticed as a poster here. Usually people read the answers that follow a post and then usually, they agree with them and say so. And the more answers you get the more 'conservative' the answer becomes too. So if you want to double check an answer, ask it again with a new thread on a different night or time of day. BTW, battle did get his touches and may have had two scores had they not gone with McClain and the direct snap to ____ (can't remember). I don't think anyone could have seen that happening. Battle was also the break out the week before, Murray was as yet 'sight unseen' and in fairness, Battle still looks like the back to own in KC.
Hindsight is always better but don't be too hard on the "sages" on this forum. As someone said to me before, if I had known the answer, I wouldn't have asked the question.
I agree completely with this. I've noticed that most people agree with the person above them, and I am guilty of it at times, too. (The name that you're looking for on the direct snap is Javier Arenas, btw)
As for me, I started Murray in a league that I'm 5-1 in and started Battle in a league that I'm 3-3 in. I won in both leagues, but keep this in mind
: Battle will most likely be the main back in Kansas City the rest of the season if he continues to produce, while Murray, although blowing up on a poor Ram's defense, still may lose some touches here and there once Felix Jones recovers from his injury, and still has to share the backfield with Tashard Choice. Good luck.